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Assisted Living Facility Turnovers

100 California Assisted Living Facilities Closed or On Probation  (04/25/2017) About 100 assisted living facilities across the state of California have been closed or put on probation in the past year. According to a spokesman for the California Department of Social Services, 48 assisted-living centers are currently on probation, and 46 were shut down for […]

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Sleepy Drivers

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in the last decade, as many as 7,000 people have lost their lives as a result of driver fatigue. Fortunately, these types of tragedies can be prevented if drivers take a few simple preventive safety measures. Contact an Experienced Salina Car Accident Attorney Today Reaction time, decision-making […]

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What Constitutes a Serious Injury?

Kansas is a no-fault auto insurance state, which means that car accident victims are usually prohibited from bringing a personal injury claim against the responsible party in court and are instead, required to file an insurance claim under their own policies in order to collect compensation. However, in certain cases, where a victim has exhausted […]

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Log Book Violations

Both federal and state law require commercial truck drivers to adhere to specific regulations regarding travel time and record keeping. Failing to follow these rules can have dire consequences, including life-threatening injuries, for which the negligent driver can be held responsible. Federal Regulations Federal law strictly regulates how many hours a commercial driver is permitted […]

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What Safety Features Should I Look for in a New Car?

How an Experienced Car Accident Attorney Can Help No one can really prepare for a car crash but purchasing a car with improved safety features can help drivers minimize potential injuries. Be careful in choosing a car. Drive safely for your safety and others who use our roads. Be careful in choosing an experience attorney […]

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Truck Driver Fatigue

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, as many as 4,000 people lose their lives in truck accidents every year. Tragically, many of those crashes were preventable as they were caused by truck driver fatigue. For this reason, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), requires drivers to follow specific regulations regarding hours of service. When […]

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Trucking Firm Settles Lawsuit Over Crash Involving Driver Using Phone 

Trucking firms across the country may begin to enact bans on drivers using cell phones following the settlement of a personal injury lawsuit. Unifi Inc., recently settled an injury lawsuit filed by a South Carolina couple who was injured when a truck and trailer crashed into the back of their vehicle as they slowed to […]

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Nursing Home Chain Pays Record $145 Million In FCA Settlement

Nursing home giant Life Care Centers of America will pay $145 million to settle False Claims Act (FCA) litigation that alleged it billed Medicare for excess treatment. This is a record FCA settlement for the nursing industry. The deal ends two whistleblower cases as well as an unjust enrichment suit brought by the Department of Justice (DOJ) against Forrest L. Preston, owner of Tennessee-based Life Care, […]

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Obtaining Compensation for Salina Spinal Cord Injuries

Tragically, thousands of people sustain life-altering spinal injuries every year. These injuries can leave victims paralyzed, susceptible to other illnesses, depressed, or unable to earn a living. Fortunately, injured parties may be able to obtain compensation for their losses if they can establish that someone else’s negligence or recklessness caused the injury-causing accident. Any kind […]

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Traffic deaths are preventable

Don’t drink and drive, buckle up, and leave cellphone alone. If you’re going to drive, please do so safely. According to the Kansas Department of Transportation, 307 people had been killed on Kansas roads this year as of last week—a 16 percent increase over the number killed by that time a year ago. Last year, […]

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